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5-01-2008 @ 1:37PM
"I'd also like to note that I actually *DO* have a current WoW Europe account where I have a character. She's a gnome warrior on a PvP server. I'm very lonely there and haven't encountered many people that speak English. So I'm not a total newb. I'm just not some uber grinder that's studied my whole WoW life to pass an interview to get into a guild. I'm a prancer that takes time to stop in the meadows and pick herbs."LOLIt's not an indictment against you--but just noting that if you aren't in a game the way your audience is, you will be missing some areas where we have our fingers on the pulse, and you don't.Many of us become informed about our game by our participation in it--I'm a working mom. I don't have time to study WoW to the point where I can interview with some incredibly leet guild. All the same, I do find time to level trade skills, do end game raiding, and pvp. I'm not a great theory crafter, nor am I terribly mathy--because of my limited time I rely on the mathiness and theorycrafting of others, along with common sense.If you are living in Europe it's still possible to play on US servers. I was guilded with a Canadian living in Germany who did that--he still found reasonable cross over of hours of game time to make it worthwhile.
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